A Krygz Moment Today – Visiting Arafat

We had visited a number of times in a small village during our time here in 2008, but we never saw him.  It wasn’t until a visit to that village in the spring of 2009, that we met Arafat, a toddler with a severe cleft palette. He had been kept hidden from the...
Making a Lasting Impact

Making a Lasting Impact

For the last two weeks, a medical team from Hope Community Services in Alaska has visited Krygyzstan – Dr. William Browner, Dr. Eileen Lally (social worker) and Joanne Sullivan, a nurse. Their mission was to explore future work opportunities in the area of working...

A Krgyz Moment Today – Thank You

Late last week, we were notified of a significant gift to the work here. It was anonymous, so we do not know who to thank for this incredible outpouring to the ministry. We wanted to let our unknown friend know just a couple of things that were done with the gift and...

A Krygz Moment Today- Speaking into Their Young Lives

A snowy morning greeted us last Thursday as we drove to the capital city. David had the rich opportunity to speak to a class of third and fourth year students at the Humanitarian University.  Everywhere we go, we encounter the beautiful young people of this country....

The Coal Has Arrived

Due to the sacrificial giving of a number of friends of ours in Lebanon, Ohio, coal has been provided for the seniors’ home, Dayspring Foster Family Home and a local pastor and family.  Exciting news over the weekend was that additional funds were given to put...